Classic Mixology: Cocktail & Mixed Drink Recipes

Barking Dog

Source:  Recipes for Mixed Drinks page:  8
1/3 Italian vermouth

Ingredient: Italian vermouth

What it is:  Vermouth

Fortified wine, flavored with aromatic herbs and spices ("aromatized" in the trade) such as cardamom, cinn

Substitution:  vermouth

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1/3 French vermouth

Ingredient: French vermouth

Also Known As:  Dry vermouth, White vermouth What it is:  Vermouth

Fortified wine, flavored with aromatic herbs and spices ("aromatized" in the trade) such as cardamom, cinnamon, marjoram and chamomile.

Substitution:  vermouth

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1/3 gin (London Dry)

Ingredient: gin (London Dry)

What it is:  Gin
Now the most common style of gin. London dry gin is made by taking a neutral grain spirit and redistilling after the botanicals are added. In addition to juniper, it is usually made with amounts of citrus botanicals like lemon and bitter orange peel. Other botanicals that may be used include anise, angelica root and seed, orris root, licorice root, cinnamon, cubeb, savory, lime peel, grapefruit peel, dragon eye, saffron, baobab, frankincense, coriander, nutmeg and cassia bark.

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2 dash calisaya

Ingredient: calisaya

Also Known As:  calasaya, calisaia What it is:  Bitters

Quinine herbal digestive bitters made from the medicinally active bark of the Chincona tree. The bark is stripped from the tree, dried and powdered, contains a variety of alkaloids, including the anti-malarial compound quinine, which interferes with the reproduction of malaria-causing protozoa. As a medicinal herb, cinchona bark is also known as Jesuit's Bark or Peruvian bark.

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Stir well in a mixing glass with cracked ice, strain and serve.